Voting has been completed for the panchayat elections held today in West Bengal. Since the announcement of Panchayat elections on June 8, several incidents of violence and clashes took place in the state till yesterday, in which 18 people died. So the West Bengal BJP has also said that 15 people have died in the violence. Keeping in mind the security system, 1.35 lakh jawans have been deployed across the state. Meanwhile, according to the latest news, a CISF jawan has been injured in the bomb blast in Murshidabad. So this morning also the father-in-law of a Trinamool candidate has died in an explosion here.

West Bengal BJP’s tweet, 15 killed in 7 hours

Meanwhile, the BJP unit of the state has tweeted about the violence that took place during the polling in West Bengal today. West Bengal BJP tweeted that 15 people have died in the last 7 hours in the state. Along with this, the party has also put a picture of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on its Twitter handle.



CISF jawan injured in bomb blast in Murshidabad violence

There is news of a CISF jawan being injured in a bomb blast in Sadanandpur area of ​​Murshidabad today amid political violence after the panchayat elections. In this blast, a jawan named K Jyoti Babu has suffered many injuries including his eyes. Allied soldiers have taken him to the hospital for treatment.

Trinamool candidate’s father-in-law dies in Murshidabad

There are also reports that the Trinamool candidate’s father-in-law was killed in a bomb blast before 7 am on Saturday. The incident took place in Nazirpur Uttarpara area under Reji Nagar police station of Murshidabad. Police said that the name of the deceased is Yasin Sheikh (51 years). He was the father-in-law of Kavita Bibi, the Trinamool candidate for the gram panchayat. It is being said that his death was due to the bomb blast.

8 TMC, 3 CPIM workers killed in Bengal

There is fierce violence in the midst of the Bengal Panchayat elections. So far 13 people have died in the bloody clashes at different places. In which maximum 8 workers of TMC, 3 of CPIM, 1-1 workers of Congress and BJP have lost their lives.

TMC leader’s car set on fire, CPI(M) workers accused

Today, Aanchal Chairman Tarak Bauri’s car, which reached Biharpur area of ​​Amaljoda Panchayat of Durgapur, was attacked and vandalised, after which the car was set on fire. Meanwhile, TMC has blamed the incident on CPI(M) workers.

Let us tell you that since the announcement of elections in West Bengal, incidents of violence and murder are happening in different areas. In view of the incidents going on during the Panchayat elections in West Bengal today, along with the Central Security Forces, the Bengal Police has also been deployed, although incidents of violence are still coming to the fore in Bengal.

Rahul Dev

Cricket Jounralist at Newsdesk

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